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United States v. Taylor

United States District Court, E.D. California

July 8, 2019

United States
v.
Ryan Taylor

          Date of Original Sentence: 3/16/2016

          SECOND SUPERSEDING PETITION FOR WARRANT OR SUMMONS FOR OFFENDER UNDER SUPERVISION

          JOHN A. MENDEZ, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

         Other Court Actions:

04/24/2019:

Prob 12C Warrant filed by the Southern District of Texas alleging Failure to Notify of Change in Address.

05/01/2019:

Transfer of Jurisdiction from Southern District of Texas to Eastern District of California.

05/14/2019:

Superseding Prob 12C Petition for Warrant filed alleging Failure to Notify of Law Enforcement Contact; New Law Violation; and Associating with Prohibited Person.

         PETITIONING THE COURT

         [x] OTHER: Offender to be arraigned on July 15, 2019, before the Honorable Carolyn K. Delaney, on the Second Superseding Violation/Warrant petition, adding Charge 5.

         The probation officer alleges the offender has violated the following conditions(s) of supervision:

Charge Number

Nature of Violation

Charge 1:

FAILURE TO NOTIFY CHANGE OF ADDRESS

         On March 15, 2019, Senior United States Probation Officer Garey White attempted to contact Ryan Taylor at his listed address but was told by family that he had moved out weeks prior and his whereabouts were unknown. This is in violation of standard condition number 6, which states, “the defendant shall notify the probation officer at least ten days prior to any change in residence or employment.”

Charge 2:

FAILURE TO NOTIFY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTACT

         On April 5, 2019, Ryan Taylor was arrested by officers from the Lincoln, California, Police Department on fraud and identity theft allegations. Mr. Taylor never reported this law enforcement contact to the probation officer. This is in violation of standard condition number 11, which states, “the defendant shall notify the probation officer within seventy-two hours of being arrested or questioned by a law enforcement officer.”

Charge 3:

NEW LAW VIOLATION

         On or about April 9, 2019, a Complaint was filed in Placer County Superior Court charging Mr. Taylor with felony allegations of Fraudulent Possession of Personal Identifying Information of Ten or More Victims, Unlawful Use of Personal Identifying Information, Possession of a Forged Instrument, Fraudulent Possession of a Blank Check, Money Order or Bill as well as Receiving Stolen Property. This is in violation of the mandatory condition which states, “The defendant shall not commit another federal, state or local crime.”

Charge 4:

ASSOCIATING WITH PROHIBITED PERSON

         On April 5, 2019, Ryan Taylor was arrested by officers from the Lincoln, California, Police Department. At that time, he was accompanied by M.M. whom he knew was a fugitive and under probation supervision. This is in violation of standard condition number 9, which states, “the defendant shall not associate with any persons engaged in criminal activity and shall not associate with any person convicted of a felony, unless granted permission to do so by the probation officer.”

Charge 5:

NEW LAW VIOLATION

         In June 2019, the Superior Court in Shasta County issued an arrest warrant for Ryan Taylor after a criminal report was taken by the Anderson Police Department on March 22, 2019, alleging Taylor burglarized a local gas station, stealing roughly $5, 000 worth of lottery tickets. This is in violation of the mandatory condition which states, “The defendant shall not commit another federal, state or local crime.”

         Justification:

         On March 16, 2016, Ryan Taylor was sentenced to 40 months custody of the Bureau of Prisons, followed by three years supervised release after he admitted violating sections 18 U.S.C. §§ 1029(a)(2) and 1029(c)(1)(A)(i), Credit Card Fraud and 18 U.S.C. § 1028A(a)(1), Aggravated Identity Theft. Supervision of his case began on December 6, 2017, by the Eastern District of California Probation Office.

         During his time under supervision, Mr. Taylor was able to secure full-time employment and completed outpatient drug/alcohol counseling, while residing with his mother in Sacramento, California. In late February 2019, through March 15, 2019, multiple attempts were made by the undersigned to contact Mr. Taylor at his listed address, with negative results. On March 15, 2019, the probation officer contacted Mr. Taylor's mother, who conceded her son had moved out weeks prior and she did not know where he was living. Telephone calls were placed to Mr. Taylor's phone; however, the offender never returned the calls as directed by the probation officer (Charge 1).

         As the Southern District of Texas held jurisdiction of the case, a request for warrant was sent to the probation office in the Southern District of Texas. On April 24, 2019, the warrant was filed and transfer of jurisdiction to the Eastern District of California was initiated, as the offender has no ties to their area.

         On April 5, 2019, while in abscond and prior to the warrant being filed by Texas authorities, the offender was arrested by officers from the Lincoln, California, Police Department on charges of Fraud and Identity Theft (Charge 2). According to the police report, officers were dispatched to a local Target store to investigate two suspicious individuals. Mr. Taylor was contacted by officers while standing next to his vehicle, outside of the Target store. After consenting to a search of his vehicle, officers located checks and credit cards for multiple individuals who had already filed reports claiming to be the victims of identity theft. In addition, officers located several programs they believe Mr. Taylor used to produce checks and scan credit cards. A record check of the individual (M.M.), who was accompanying Mr. Taylor, was found to have three local warrants and under supervision by the El Dorado County Probation Department. Mr. Taylor admitted knowing she was a fugitive and having warrants for her arrest (Charge 4). Both individuals were subsequently arrested and booked into the Placer County Jail. Following his booking, Mr. Taylor posted bail prior to Texas officials signing the warrant. Several weeks later, Mr. Taylor was arrested by local authorities on the outstanding federal warrant.

         A complaint has been filed by the Placer County District Attorney's Office alleging Fraudulent Possession of Personal Identifying Information of Ten or More Victims, Unlawful Use of Personal Identifying Information, Possession of a Forged Instrument, Fraudulent Possession of a Blank Check, Money Order or Bill and Receiving Stolen Property (Charge 3).

         On June 28, 2019, the United States Probation Office received a police report from the Anderson Police Department. That report states on March 22, 2019, Ryan Taylor committed burglary by breaking into a local gas station and stealing over $5, 000 in lottery tickets, before fleeing the scene (Charge 5). A warrant for Mr. Taylor's arrest was issued by the Shasta County District Attorney's Office in June 2019.

         Detention: On May 16, 2019, Mr. Taylor was arraigned by the Honorable Allison Claire on the first superseding warrant petition filed May 14, 2019 and ordered detained. In addition to absconding from supervision, the offender is alleged to have committed new law violations while in abscond. As such, it is ...


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